The combined Yemeni army continued its advance in the countryside of Hodeidah outside the framework of the Stockholm Accords, gaining a qualitative victory for the third day in a row at the expense of the Huthi militia, and reached the al-Zarahi districts. And Jabal Ras, around the Ibb Governorate on the west, laying siege to the strategic city of Al-Barah, west of Taiz, while fighting continued south and west of Marib.
Joint military regional sources confirmed that they had taken control of the first areas of al-Zarahi district southeast of Hodeidah, the areas of al-Masjid, al-Baghl, after advancing from the recently liberated Al-Aden junction. And al-Haisi stations in al-Jarrahi district are now under joint military control.
The combined forces also reached Mount al-Maghreb and Jabal al-Abed, just outside the Jabal Ras Directorate, and were stationed three kilometers from the district center, while coalition fighters destroyed the Huthi militia’s operation room in Jabal. Ras, which was used to manage battles on the west coast fronts, and directly oversees Wadi Jabid in the north. And the plaintiff Nakhala is separated between Ibb’s al-Aden and Taiz’s wine in the south.
On the East Hesse axis, a spokesman for the Yemeni Giants Brigade, Mamun al-Mahjami, confirmed the liberation of the road connecting the Nujaiba region and the district center, and access to Jabal Omar and the strategic Jabal al-Barsha, which confirmed direct connection. After controlling the Huthi repression and customs in Shamir’s directorate, Taiz looks west to the three districts of Shamir and Maqbana and the Ibb governorate of Al-Aden.
Meanwhile, local sources confirmed that the Huthi militia had mobilized its members extensively in its area of control and called through mosques and cars with loudspeakers on the streets of small, plain, Dhamar, Amaran and Ibb. Located between Al-Aden in Ibb, Taiz and Hodeidah, visit Wadi Nakhl and Freedom Market.
In addition to the destruction of 31 different combat vehicles, the military military confirmed that more than 360 Huthis had been killed and 100 others captured in the last three days of fighting on the West Coast alone. Operation room, a missile system, and three weapons depots, confirming the killing of the Huthi leader. Muhammad Abu Talib, a Huthi preventive security officer, and Yahya al-Dailami, a leader of the Hedge Front, nicknamed “Abu Badr al-Din.”
On the other hand, the Joint Chiefs of Staff launched an extensive operation to liberate the liberated areas on the Hodeidah and Taiz fronts from the mines, explosives and explosive devices placed by the militias behind them.
To the west of Taiz, the combined forces continued their advance on the Al-Barah axis, and reached the entrances and exits of the city on the strategic international road between the fronts west of Mocha and Governorate, confirming, according to area sources. Arrival of joint vanguards at the entrances of the city via southern and western directions.
And sources reported that the United States has taken full control of Mount Al-Araf, directly overlooking the city of Al-Barah from the west, and has also controlled its fire over a large part of Al-Barah, and moved towards the city. The center is the final area to control it and open the road in front of the Moqbna and Jabal Habashi districts, and to break the siege on Taiz from the west to reach the areas of Hajdah and Al-Ramada.
The combined forces reached the entrance to the town of Shamir, west of Taiz, and took full control of the Mount Al-Ruwena, Al-Qahra Customs and Al-Madroba areas at the entrance to the city.
On the other hand, military sources expect the joint forces not to enter the Maqbana district, west of Taiz, due to the presence of the Taiz Axis army, which refuses to take part in the fighting for fear of a clash between the two armies. On the side of the Huthi militia, the combined forces will be stationed in the Mukhashib and al-Madroba areas on the outskirts of Shamir and cut off the roads. About the Huthis on the west side.
Meanwhile, local sources in al-Barah reported that the Huthi militia looted the Al-Barah cement factory, as the joint forces advanced on the city, carrying electrical generators, engines and equipment related to the factory. More than five locomotives were moved to the Al-Hawaban area, east of the Taiz governorate.
In Marib, regional sources reported that the Huthi militia pushed its last fighting side to the provincial front, represented by “Guardians of the Imam” brigades, trained by Iranian Revolutionary Guards in Tehran for years, and specializing in security. And militia leader Abdul-Malik al-Huthi defending the area.
Meanwhile, hostilities between the two sides centered on the southern axis on the outskirts of Al-Juba district, on the fronts of Wadi Dhanna, Al-Rawda area and Tabat al-Khazan, in which elements were trying to infiltrate. In the Sahel mountain range, the defensive line of the army and the tribes failed, and great damage was done.
Field sources confirmed that fighting and hit-and-run operations between the two sides continued on the Al-Araf, Al-Falaha, and Umm Resh fronts, east of Al-Zuba district, south of Marib.
Coalition fighters continued their support attacks on the Marib fronts, destroying sites, destroying Huthi vehicles in many areas south and west of the governorate, destroying 12 kits and vehicles, killing and injuring dozens of Huthi, including key area leaders close to the militia leader. Have been
In Sanaa, informed sources revealed that the Huthi militia has transferred ballistic missiles and launchers and drones from Amaran and Sanaa to My Camp, Hamza and the 55th Missile Brigade Camp, Ibb Governorate, Central Yemen. Towards international navigation in the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab to target and attack joint forces on the west coast.
Coalition fighter jets targeted Huthi vehicles carrying missile launchers and others carrying missiles and drones in the Ibb Governorate’s al-Kafir district.
In Sanaa, militias kidnapped several political security officials, “intelligence” and former Yemeni army leaders, fearing a fighting movement against them as the joint forces advanced from the west to Ib and Taiz in the city. Coast, according to local sources, confirming the formation of special Huthi battalions. To kidnap young people gathered in the neighborhood and on the streets and take them to unknown destinations.
Sources indicated that small and medium-sized militias are living in a state of panic and terror as joint advances on separate fronts from the coast and the Taiz, and on the outskirts of the Ibb governorate, reach the “militia side” and the streets. Combining Hodedah and Dhamar, which had witnessed an armed uprising against the Huthis in Atma district in recent years.